New York Yankees right fielder Bobby Abreu has placed his two-bedroom, 37th-floor apartment in mid-town Manhattan on the market for $7,900,000. The New York Observer’s “Manhattan Transfers” column yesterday broke the story of Abreu’s listing of the unit at One Beacon Court, which is at 151 E. 58th Street. Indeed, listing information shows that Abreu placed the 1,762-square-foot unit on the market on March 9. Features in Abreu’s unit include two and a half baths, views of Central Park and the East River, a gracious entry foyer, an elegant gallery, an eat-in kitchen with Poggenpohl cabinetry, a SubZero refrigerator, double Wolf ovens, a Miele cooktop, and a master suite with an oversized soaking tub, a double vanity and a separate stall shower, according to listing information. “You can tell that a bachelor lives there,” Abreu’s broker told the Observer. “It’s just very minimal, a guy’s apartment kind of thing—a sofa, a big TV, a big TV in the bedroom, a bed, not much furnishing.” Abreu paid $3,800,000 for the unit in April 2005, according to public records. At that time, Abreu didn’t even yet play for the Yankees; he was still toiling away with the Philadelphia Phillies. Abreu isn’t the first Yankee to decide that he wants out of One Beacon Court. Last October, we were the first to report that Yankees slugger Johnny Damon’s J&M Investments and Developments LLC company had quietly sold Damon’s 39th-floor, 2,410-square-foot unit in One Beacon Court for exactly $8,000,000, several years after buying the six-room unit for $5,555,000. Abreu owns real estate in other places, including in Florida and in Latin America. In New York, he also owns a unit in the building at 310 E. 53rd Street, which he purchased in late 2006 for $2,455,984 (or $2,500,805, including all personal property), according to public records. Abreu currently rents out that unit, according to news accounts. Check out an online listing sheet for Abreu’s unit here, and take a look at an online listing sheet with photos here.